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Re: belt and tensioner
Lets see what we can do. wrap the belt around the tub assy. the little white roller w/ metal arm (called the tension pulley) needs to be installed .there should be a few holes directly under the motor pulley on floor of unit.two sets of holes you wanna use the set to the rear of unit. insert the prongs into the left rear **** and then pull the roller portion to the right.(it should hook the back prongs of idler into the rt side holes. tension holds this into position so it will fall out if you let go) theres an opening in the metal under the roller mounts, e**ugh room to slide the belt through.heres how it works, install the idler as described above, feed the belt through the opening in the idler from the left and under roller through hole pull the roller and pulley hard to the right.(its springy and as long as installed correctly ** worry of popping out) and loop around the motor pulley.let go of the pulley. and the belt should remain tensioned. it will only go on on way. GOOD LUCK
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If the dryer is turning on, and you hear the motor running and its heating up, chances are your belt is broken which is a very easy fix. Assuming this is a free standing dryer and not a stack set, take the lint trap out on top, then remove the two screws that are located there. then get youa flat head screw driver and slidein between the front wall and the top of the dryer. it should pop up fairly easy. Once you have that up, there will be turn screws, on on each side on the upper inside front wall. remove those and now you can remove the front. You'll notice if your belt is broken before you g et to this step becase the belt runs around the drum and you'll see it there or if its loose. If you have to replace trhe belt, It will slide around the drum. Underneath you will have to pull back on idler pulley and wrap the belt around the motor shaft. The pulley is then released adding tension to the belt. Put it back together and you should be good to go.
A loud squeek is normally caused by the tension pully or the rear drum rollers seizing. Remove the two screws holding the inspection panel between the washer and the dryer. Remove the panel. Slide a 1/2 inch paint scraper between the top and the cabnet front and releave the spring loaded clips that hold the top on and remove the top. Loosen the two screws at the bottom of the dryer front panel. Looking down inside the front panel remove the two screws holding the front panel to the cabnet. Mark and remove the wires going to the door switch and remove the front panel. At the rear of the dryer remove the inspection plate at the bottom of the dryer and remove the belt from the spring loaded tension pulley. Go the the front of the dryer and remove the dryer drum and belt. Now you can check to see if the rollers are worn or seized and check to see if the tension pulley is seized.
Purches a kit that includes a new belt, drum rollers and tension pulley and replace all. Reassemble the dryer in the reverse as to how you took it apart.
From the rear of the machine, take off the back. Remove the old belt any way you can. A tin snips works well. Next, put the new belt through the tensioner and then feed it onto the motor. Next, feed the belt around the main transmission pulley. It's the largest so it will be the easiest to get to stay in place. When it gets real tight, a little more than 1/2 way on, turn the basket to feed it on the rest of the way. If you got it through the tensioner in the right direction, it will be very tight. If it's loose, remove it and put it through the tensioner the other direction.
Just remove the screws around the vent tube in the back and you can see the belt tensioner laying there on the floor of the dryer. Most likely someone turned the drum the wrong direction and the belt came off. The belt goes through the opening in the tensioner and under the idler pulley and then onto the motor drive pulley. Make sure to have the tensioner mounted into the floor first. It just slides over into a slot and then over to the other side as tension is put on it.
Your post shows a model WJSR2070B and a model WJSE4150B2WW but in this case the procedure is the same. Use a putty knife to push in the clips at the top seam of the front panel, where the front meets the top, about two inches in from each side. Tilt front panel forward and lift off bottom pegs. Loosen the four nuts holding the motor with a 3/8 inch wrench so you can push the motor back a bit. Take old belt off. Install new belt (WH1X2026), putting belt around motor pulley, part way on big pulley, then turning big pulley by hand to ride it onto the big pulley. Use one hand to pull motor toward you to put a little tension on the belt as you tighten the four nuts under the motor.
Remove the screws from the bracket from the vent tube at the back of the dryer. You can access the belt from there. If the belt is off then the tensioner will push a switch to shut the dryer down. Just hook the belt back on or replace the belt whatever needs to be done. See other posts for this model number on how to connect the belt back if it came off. They do that when turned the wrong direction.